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Jeffrey D. Rind

John Rescigno

Paul Barlow

 Uladzimir Luchanok

Jeffrey D. Rind M.D., Ph.D

    Dr. Jeffrey Rind was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. In 1990 he moved to New Hampshire to start a neurological practice serving the greater Derry area. In 2002 he invited Dr. John Rescigno to join him, and in 2004 they founded Derry Neurological Associates.

 After earning a bachelor’s degree from the State University of New York at New Paltz, Dr. Rind worked for a number of years as a respiratory therapist.  He eventually became director of a surgical research lab at Brooklyn Jewish Hospital and enrolled in a graduate program at City University of New York (CUNY). In 1983 he earned his Ph.D. in Biology at CUNY, his thesis concerning the neural interactions in dragonfly eye. That year he also started medical school, earning his M.D. from New York Medical College in 1986. He completed his training in Neurology at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.

  Dr. Rind holds a lifetime board certification in Neurology as well as board certification in Sleep Medicine. His clinical interests include, but are not limited to, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, headaches, seizure disorders, diseases of nerve and muscle, and sleep medicine. He is regarded as a superb diagnostician.


 John Rescigno M.D.


      Dr. John Rescigno was born in 1970 in the Bronx, New York. He lived there and in Connecticut for much of his life. In 2002 he joined Dr. Jeffrey Rind in private neurology practice in Derry. Since then he has loved living in New Hampshire, and now considers it “home.”

     In 1993 Dr. Rescigno obtained a B.S. in Psychology “with Great Distinction” from Clarkson University in upstate New York. He earned his M.D. from the University of Connecticut, where he also trained in Neurology. This was followed by a year at the University of Michigan, where he trained in Clinical Neurophysiology and Neuromuscular Disease.

       Dr. Rescigno is board certified in Neurology and has added qualifications in Clinical Neurophysiology. His area of special interest involves diseases of nerve and muscle, but he considers himself a generalist. He receives referrals from every part of the state, in part because he is known for taking time with his patients, enjoying educating them as part of their care.



Paul Barlow PA-C

     Paul Barlow was born in Derry, New Hampshire. In 2004 he joined Derry Neurological Associates as the practice’s Physician Assistant.

     After graduating Pinkerton Academy, Paul spent 12 years in military service, during which he earned two Army Commendation Medals and, in 1995, Soldier of the Year for the 3220th Garrison. In 1997 he was deployed to Bosnia, where he planned and led peace-keeping missions in a hostile fire zone.

Following his military career, Paul earned a bachelor’s degree in Natural Science from New College of USF and his Master’s of Physician Assistant degree from Notre Dame College. He worked in the Department of Neurosurgery at The Lahey Clinic in Burlington, where he assisted in neurosurgical procedures. He then joined The Department of Neurology, where he was part of the clinic’s Movement Disorder, Epilepsy, and Stroke teams.

      Paul is able to engage patients in a wide variety of topics, as his diverse hobbies include photography, hiking, volunteering for the NH Special Olympics, and motorcycle restoration. He currently rides a 1972 Triumph Bonneville.


Uladzimir Luchanok M.D.

Dr. Uladzimir Luchanok was born and raised in Belarus, a country in northeastern Europe. He moved to the United States in 2004 and joined Derry Neurological Associates in September 2010.

      Dr. Luchanok attended Vitebsk State Medical University (VSMU) in Belarus, graduating with a diploma cum laude. After completing his neurology residency, he worked as an Assistant Professor of Neurology at VSMU and began his Ph.D. thesis. In 2004 he was accepted into the neurology residency program at Saint Louis University in Missouri.  He also received fellowship training in Clinical

       Neurophysiology there. He worked as an Assistant Professor of Neurology at SLU for several years before moving to New Hampshire. During his academic career, Dr. Luchanok authored and co-authored more than 25 scientific publications, including book chapters on myasthenia gravis and concussion.

       Dr. Luchanok holds three board certifications: in Adult Neurology, in Sleep Medicine, and in Clinical Neurophysiology. He has special interests in disorders of nerve and muscle, EMG, head injuries, epilepsy, and sleep medicine.